Well, that’s just simply not true.
You got a good thing going here. We all do. You wanna risk it all on one junkie? Now, I realize you two have history. But this kid’s been on the bubble a while now. It’s a long time coming. […] Moral of the story is… I chose a half measure when I should have gone all the way. I’ll never make that mistake again. No more half measures, Walter.
"The light was different, her mood was different. She saw something new every time she painted it."
The insulting Monkeeman.
every sunny pairing is so good it’s sickening
you have mac and dennis, the codependent inseparable losers that fall somewhere on the best friends <-> official boyfriends spectrum and balance each other out with their complementary daddy/mommy issues and messiah complexes
dee and dennis, equally codependent, but filled with seething rage and envy, sharing a soul since birth but a twisted, dirty, worthless soul, so obsessed with each other that it’s bad for both of them but also inevitable beyond deniability
mac and charlie, the childhood best friends who know each other down to their bones, who will always forgive each other for anything and who can rely on each other in times of need but who also have that perfect opposites-attract/opposites-repel balance going on in terms of how much they need each other versus how much of each other they can actually take
charlie and dee, the couple-that-isn’t-a-couple, knocked down to the same level by the others and by the rest of the world, kindred spirits without knowing it and weirdly healthy because of it
dennis and charlie, a god and his king, leaning on each other to ground themselves and give them a sense of self while simultaneously feeding into each other’s delusions and wreaking chaos wherever they go whenever they team up
mac and dee, where no matter what they do it’s gonna be cute af because rob and kaitlin are married irl and that’s all you can think about when you’re watching them
i wasn’t much of a multishipper before sunny but oh how my ways have changed